The Fine Art MA course at Coventry University is an exciting opportunity to develop your personal practice, while becoming increasingly aware of interdisciplinary debates. You will be challenged to first critique your own practice through making, discussion and research, then develop your ideas and finally create a body of work of exhibition quality.
The individual MA studio spaces are generous, the facilities excellent and the tutoring is by subject specific and dedicated staff.
Reasons to choose Fine Art MA degree
This MA is part of a continuum of related MA courses. While you will develop your skills and knowledge, some of the modules involve staff and students from other genres within the visual arts. This dialogue will help you gain an understanding of a broad range of practice and extend the parameters of your own.
There are excellent facilities;
* well equipped foundry and metalwork facilities
* ceramic kilns
* a laser cutter
* digital textile printer
* well equipped print facilities
* computer suites
* digital software
* traditional paint and drawing spaces
The course is committed to the integration of theory and practice in order that you understand and can articulate the theoretical and artistic context of your work. You will be taught through seminars, demonstrations, group and individual tutorials.
Coventry University is an hour from London, close to Birmingham and other regional centres. There are frequent study trips to these places.
Above all, this course is for you to develop your individuality as an artist.
The course is normally completed in 12 months of full-time study, or 24 months part-time. Part-time mode commits one day per week to University-based study and is particularly suited to working practitioners and professionals who wish to extend their skills and experience.
By the end of their studies, students are equipped for a number of professions, including exhibiting artists, curatorial practice, arts consultancy and education.